usually quantum mechanics is made with hamiltonians but..could it be done with lagrangians in the sense that LF=gF where F is the wave function and g plays a role of an eigenvalue what would happen with(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dq/dtF?..in fact would it be equal to qEnF where En is the energy..

this can be useful for the case we have got a lagrangian but its HGamiltonian is H=0 so we can have some troubles it would be very useful for general relativity too......

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# Quantum mnechanics with lagrangians?

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